Do you know which singer from the 1960's you are most like. Take these 10 questions and find out just which 60's singer you've got the most in common with!
START THE QUIZ!
How do you manage a conflict?
I pretend it doesn't exist
I face it head on
I talk it over with some friends
It depends on the problem
How would you describe the decor in your living room?
Would you ever dabble in hard drugs (or any drugs for that matter)?
I'd consider it
Do you believe in true love?
I don't know what true love even is
Of course I believe in true love
I don't think true love is a thing
What season were you born in?
Where would you most likely have lived in the 1960s?
New York City
Would you ever choose money over friendship?
Of course not
I'd consider it
How much money are we talking here?
Which fashion statement are you most likely to make?
A leather jacket
A crop top
A macrame sweater
Were your parents very strict or pretty free?
It was a mixed bag at my house
What's the most important trait a potential partner could have?
Sense of humor
The singer from the 60's that you are most like is Janis Joplin! You truly march to the beat of your own drum. Not only do you not care about what "the man" wants you to do, but you follow your own intuition every step of the way.
The 60's singer that you are most like is Bob Dylan! Much like Bob Dylan, you are deep, introspective, and a bit serious. You love to have a good time, but not at the expense of your art!
The 1960's singer that you are most like is Aretha Franklin! Much like Ms. Franklin you are bold, bombastic, and full of life. You don't ever take no for an answer or bow to the wants of others.
You're most like 60's singer Donovan! You're soft, sensitive, and wholly into romance. While you may take many aspects of life seriously, love is the one thing you simply won't compromise on.
You're most like 60's singer Joan Baez! You're deep, thoughtful, and full of wonder. You have a tendency to question everything instead of taking events at face value. You know who you are and who you are meant to be.